During question period today, Tom Mulcair cornered the prime minister on the Senate-PMO scandal.
And today, Stephen Harper again gave a different version of the facts.
Only two days ago, on October 22nd he claimed the following:
“The facts here are very clear. Mr. Wright decided to take an action on his own initiative, using his own funds.”
- Stephen Harper, House of commons, October 22nd, 2013
Today, though, the prime minister contradicted himself, saying:
“Mr. Wright made his own decision, he informed very few people.”
- Stephen Harper, House of commons, October 24th, 2013
It is now clear the prime minister was aware other people knew about the attempted cover up involving Duffy and Wright.
And the prime minister's refusal to answer honestly leaves many more questions:
- Who are these “very few people”?
- Are they the same 13 people that were revealed on the RCMP report and Mike Duffy’s statement in the Senate?
- If Stephen Harper lied about knowing about this deal, did he also lie about the cover-up that started all the way back in December 2012?
Canadians deserve the whole truth.
Canadians deserve better.